The process of practicing any subject, topic, exam, etc. involves attention, rehearsal and repetition. A student who follows it all acquire new knowledge or skills that can later be developed into more complex knowledge and skills. Intelligence and motivation are the other two factors that play an important role in improving a student’s performance, but to gain expertise the most important thing is practice.
To master any subject or topic, one needs to practice it as much as possible within the time period in hand. The same is applicable to those engineering students who are aiming for GATE, which is one of the most competitive exams for engineering students aspiring to begin their professional career through PSUs, or pursue higher studies from top institutes like IITs and IISCs.
To be a master in any subject or topic, it is very important to practice it as much as you can, and the time permits. The same applies to preparing for GATE, which is one of the most competitive exams for engineering students. Every year the GATE exam is written by lakhs of engineering students who want to either pursue higher studies from top institutes like IITs and IISCs, or want to begin their professional career as engineers while working for any reputed PSU.
To provide a window of opportunity to meritorious engineering students aspiring for ESE, GATE and PSUs, IES Master is going to conduct an online scholarship exam Master Talent Reward Exam (MTRE) on 24 December, 2017. The scholarship exam is open for engineering streams from all the core branches i.e. Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Electronics and Communication.